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, i think this hawaii team has played hard. they're going to go back and be obviously upset about what they have seen but i doan think they're going to be upset about the overall effort. >> charles: that only bodes well for them as they try to rebuild the program. >> gus: coach chow, a lovely person to be around. so inspirational. positive. at the same time, his players have to conduct their business in a certain way and he makes sure they live up to it. four years as the offensive coordinator under coach carroll and take a look at this. >> charles: okay. there's coach chow. hob about this? lane kiffin. ed, the former head coach at ole miss. how about that for a staff. >> gus: coach kiffin said he learned a lot from coach chow, having had a chance to spend time with him. fourth down and 18. here's the pitch. morgan makes a tackle. with running room. and morgan gets close to the 15. they did not get the first down. a 16-yard gain, so usc turns the football over on down. 2:11 to play. back after this. [ malennouncer ] the perfect photo... [ man ] nice! [ male announcer ] isn't always the
are planning to cope. >> reporter: are you born here? >> you don't have to answer that. >> axelrod: and hawaii hazard. ben tracy is tracking a dock broken loose in japan's tsunami, now moving towards hawaii. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> axelrod: good evening. i'm jim axelrod. the shock waves from that anti-islamic video are still reverberating in the muslim world this weekend. hundreds of protesters battled with police today in bangladesh, and thousands marched in nigeria as well. in libya, a new twist-- attacks on islamic militia groups the residents say the libyan army has failed to control. in benghazi, elizabeth palmer saw the worst of the unrest. >> reporter: the death of ambassador chris staefns and three of his team was the last straw. benghazi citizens marched on friday with the country's air force flying in support overhead. their message to the armed men who refuse to give up their guns, "we've had enough of you." after dark, a hard core decided to enforce that message. they stormed four bases belonging to the fighter groups, including radical islami
obama. >> guest: it's the whole world coming together accidentally in honolulu, hawaii in 1950. a father that happens to become ill from kenya because he rads a story that describes the university of hawaii as a great place because its diversity, and a mother that has a father with a wanderlust that is never satisfied the and he ends up selling furniture than the meat in the russian class and here comes barack obama who emerges as a whole global treen amex systems until he becomes president of the united states. >> host: >> guest: in butler county is where obama's mother grew up and natalie and the rest of the store in topeka which is the state capital because he lived there for a short time. his father, the president's great grandfather was an auto repair man and a great-grandmother was married at age 15 and a very difficult marriage but in the book begins with suicide in topeka and then stanley, the president's grandfather comes back to butler county and that's where he reads the grandmother and the story begins but it wouldn't have happened without but suicide. >> host: we want to sho
nickname for like beth. >> my last name is troutman. >> face it, your's the devil. >> know, no. >> hawaii, one of the most beautiful places on earth, why not skydive over it. damon went to sky dive in hawaii for his first. he's going to do a tandem jumpp with this guy, this instructor. >> some stnger you have to tr a plane. >> beautiful location for a first skydive. >> exactly. >> 14,000 feet. they'll have about a 60-second freefall on the way down. everything looks gorgeous. damon enjoying his first skydive. look at him. guy couldn't be happier right now. that's him in the black shirt in the bottom. >> his knees are strapped together. is that some sort of don't freak out move? >> sort of. watch the landing. to me the landing is almost as impressive as the skydive itself. nice parachute glide down over hawaii. >> going to land on that runway. >> do the swoop landing? >> swoop a little bit right into damon's wheelchair. >> what? >> oh! >> oh! >> that's why his knees were strapped. i was like is that some new way of strapping. >> damon uses a wheelchair. his instructor nailed that landing.
eastern shore. with thoserning, at thesterly winds, look temperatures. frederick tomorrow morning, hawaii 40's. a lot of sun -- hawaii 40's. the next time it does anything was late sunday. all bit more in the way of cloudiness on sunday. later on tonight, early tomorrow morning, leftover patchy fog. a nice day tomorrow, a lot of sunshine. temperatures in the 70's. admission, by the way, for the national park. along and tries skyline drive. in the showers on sunday would late.ery comesxt big area of rain on tuesday. toyota sports desk, it tope --to you by your toyota dealers. >> we're talking basketball already? >> already bad news. injuries happen, right? the wizard season has not even started and there is already bad news. .weeksl miss about eight training camp is said to start mason. at george a huge blow. when we caught up with him today, seat -- he seemed positive and upbeat. >> we made some big changes. patriotic day along the ryder cup. zach johnson teamed up for quite the day. the ryder cup rookie -- including that. it certainly got the crowd fired up. putt.out his it looks like it
was looking for a new business development specialist, mr. x, in hawaii, emerged as the perfect candidate. for $86,000 a year, he was on the federal payroll, living and working not even at the gsa's office right in downtown honolulu but from his home as a virtual employee of the kansas city office. >> now, mr. x has had to make 13 trips since he was hired which has cost taxpayers nearly $33,000. just in travel. now, remember, this is the agency whose mission is to monitor how much other government agencies are spending. it was created in the spirit of helping provide a transparent government for the american people. drew griffin from our special investigations unit has been trying to find out for months how much all this extra travel is costing. it's his voice you heard there. his report on mr. x. you have gotten delay after delay after delay, drew, from the gsa. but tonight some answers? >> reporter: yes, some answers. actually we got them earlier this week, erin, while you and the rest of america were focusing on the republican national convention, that's when the gsa finally gave us a
president obama is the first african-american president. president obama crew up in hawaii. -- grew up in hawaii. it makes him an honorary asian- american. he is the first asian-american president as well. tonight's events would not be possible without our community partners. a group that helped make all this happened, i am going to read them all. the asian business alliance, asian law alliance, the asian pacific american leadership institute, chinese-american cultural association, chinese american political association, citizens for better community, culture to culture, why in the chamber of commerce of northern care of -- kawai and chamber of commerce of northern california, northern california chinese athletic association, national association of american professionals, national federation of independent business, national federation of filipino americans, the filipino chamber of commerce, around of applause for all of our community partners, please. that was a lot. [applause] >> i am so glad he had to do that. our next speaker is u.s. congressmen. he is representing the 15th congre
early today in america. in hawaii powerful waves created an incredible scene at the beginning of a paddle boat race. the teams were tossed around like rag dolls. the ocean was littered with at least ten capsized canoes before the race even stores. >>> close to 8,000 bison created quite a rumble. thousands of spectators from all over the world make the trip each year to watch the animals stampede across the prairie before they're corralled into pens. roughly 250 thof ohm will go up for auction. >>> in utah, one farmer put a unique spin on this year's presidential election, the faces of president obama and mitt romney have been depicted in a corn maze. who thinks of these things? guests will make their picks by choosing to enter the maze through either the obama or romney entrance. the straw poll. i like that. the voting will end on election day. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here is nbc meteorologist bill karins. >> a plus for creative and a plus for having a lot of of time on his hand. a lot of corn to cut. >>> good morning everyone. we are watching
spreads at an apartment complex. extreme waves in hawaii topple beep-bop-boop-bop boop-beep. [monotone] she says, "switch to progressive and you could save hundreds." call or click today. >> a dozen families are forced from their homes after a fire breaks out in a spokane, washington apartment complex. it started tuesday afternoon in a three-story building. firefighters found heavy smoke and flames from the roof of the building. it took a couple hours for firefighters to extinguish the flames. residents were told they could stay at a nearby hotel. the u.s. supreme court will decide whether police can force suspected drunken drivers who refuse a breath test to have blood on a hospital bed at issue is whether blood tests constitute an unreasonable search. the justices agreed on tuesday to hear an appeal from misurata prosecutors, who argue that because alcohol in the body quickly dissipates, police need to act quickly and required drunken-driving suspects to undergo a breath test for blood tests. the aclu argues that police must obtain a search warrant before compelling the suspect to un
. >> gus: you know, i think this hawaii team has played hard. they're going to go back and be obviously upset about what they have seen but i doan think they're going to be upset about the overall effort. >> charles: that only bodes well for them as they try to rebuild the program. >> gus: coach chow, a lovely person to be around. so inspirational. positive. at the same time, his players have to conduct their business in a certain way and he makes sure they live up to it. four years as the offensive coordinator under coach carroll and take a look at this. >> charles: okay. there's coach chow. hob about this? lane kiffin. ed, the former head coach at ole miss. how about that for a staff. >> gus: coach kiffin said he learned a lot from coach chow, having had a chance to spend time with him. fourth down and 18. here's the pitch. morgan makes a tackle. with running room. and morgan gets close to the 15. they did not get the first down. a 16-yard gain, so usc turns the football over on down. 2:11 to play. back after this. [ male announcer ] the perfect photo... [ man ] nice! [ male announcer
on your next stop, romantic hawaii. ( cheers and applause ) >> george: you and a guest will fly roundtrip coach from los angeles to maui, hawaii, for a six-night stay in an ocean view room with daily breakfast at ka'anapali beach hotel, on maui's golden sands. experience aloha, and turn your vacation dreams into sweet memories at ka'anapali beach hotel known as hawaii's most hawaiian hotel. plus, enjoy a traditional hawaiian luau. >> and finally, you're headed to the spot where nick and sharon shared an impromptu kiss, in the city of lights, paris. ( cheers and applause ) >> george: you and a guest will fly roundtrip coach from los angeles to paris, france, for a six-night stay in a superior king room at a first class hotel. relax in the city of lights and enjoy endless romance. plus, enjoy a glass of bubbly at the champagne bar, located at the top of the eiffel tower. >> trips to three unforgettable places. >> new orleans, hawaii, and paris. you'll fall in love with this showcase. >> but only if, the price is right. >> drew: tina, do you want to bid on that or pass it to cheryl? >> i'll
of name is barack obama? and i found out that he grew up in hawaii. and i found that strange as a girl who grew up on the south side of chicago. i had never met anybody who lived in hawaii. that was always where you vacationed. it wasn't where you were from. and i find out that he was biracial. so my assumption was this guy's got to be kind of weird. all right? prably a little nerdy. i'd already sort of created an image of this very intellectual nerd. and i was prepared to be polite and all that and then he walked into my office on that first day and he was cuter than i thought he'd be. so that was a first positive impression. but i had to take him out to lunch on that first day and we got to -- we had to talk. and he told me more about his background and he fleshed it out a bit more. i found out that his father was from kenya, his mother was a white woman from kansas and he had spent part of his life in indonesia. and i just found him intriguing. >> all right, donna. you don't have to laugh about my hairdo from four years ago. >> don't laugh about my gray hairs. you look good. >> everybod
a force in hawaii. dhou she -- what's strategy did she use to be taken seriously as a beautiful young woman at a young age? >> tulsi's story is tailor-made for hollywood. this story is not to be believed. this woman, you know, she was one of the youngest -- the youngest legislator ever elected in hawaii. she's out of hawaii, a democrat. she stepped away from office at the age of 24 to serve a tour of duty in iraq. have you ever? not only does the woman, you know, have a passion for public service, she puts her money where her mouth is and serves the country overseas. is a decorated military veteran. comes back and now throwing her hat in the ring. what's most interesting about her is she was behind in the polls by 65 points. she was an unknown in hawaii running against the mayor of honolulu. how does she turn it around? she courts older, white veterans basically. it's a really interesting game change really in the way that women are courting different kinds of voters. >> that was in the primary to come back and win the primary? >> yes. now she's expected to win smooth sailing. this is
applauses of the night. >>> our time now 5:48. there is a new campaign in hawaii now to make the islands feel more authentic. more resorts are trying to move out the coconut bars and other marketing inventions they say are not truly hawaiian. instead they want to focus on highlighting the native culture. the goal is to allow tourists to really feel the island traditions and help the natives improve their view of tourism. even if you are on vacation in hawaii, you still watch all of the ktvu channel 2 newscast live because of our new ipad app. you can also get live drive time traffic, see the bay area weather, and get video of breaking news any time, anywhere. >> i might not be watching the news if i'm in hawaii. for moment. >>> let's check in with tara who is covering traffic. there is something going on in san francisco. >> that is right. let's take a look at our maps we can show you the exact area on 101 this is at the caesar chavez exit. we hear of police activity. we don't know what is going on. two lanes are blocked there. it is causing dallies in the area. give yourself extra time.
documentary. it's more like out of africa. at shot in hawaii, chicago, new york, london, and india, indonesia and it raises the curtain on barack obama, on who this guy is and what his underlying compass is. where does he actually wants to take america? the puzzle of obama is we have had to try to understand him in conventional democratic categories. for example obama, will block and restrict and regulate oil drilling in america and say well yeah he is kind of an environmentalist. he is kind of another al gore. he is worried that in gore's words, the earth has a fever, global warming. but then when we watch obama little more closely we realize that's not really write because while obama is blocking oil drilling in america, he is promoting it in other countries. through the import-export bank he gives billions of dollars of money to brazil, to columbia and mexico to drill for oil, so then you have a deeper mystery. why is obama for oil drilling over there but not overhear? what is really going on? when we turn to taxes and debt we find kind of the same thing. obama seems to be spending money p
they get their eyes on the big island of hawaii for future launch? why do you suppose they're looking at hawaii for future launch? that 8 kilometers per second translates to 18,000 miles per hour. it turns out hawaii is going about 1,000 miles per hour. up here, going slower, so you know what you get? you get a free boost. so if you launch near the equator, you don't have to fire it off at 18,000. fire it off at 17,000, save you some fuel. so yes, the spin of the earth is a factor. so far i'm neglecting it and i neglect a lot of things in my course because i want you to see the base parts and then you can put the little embellishments on later. so in answer to that question when the satellite-- we went to another satellite yet, huh? when the projectile gets out here, 9, less than 9, more than 9, how many people say less than 9? ooh, how many say no, exactly 9, it'll always stay the same, i learned that over here? how many say, well, i'm a free spirit, i say more than 9, 'cause it's going against gravity and gravity gonna kinda push it out there? now wait a minute, wait a minute, it's
lineup. a preview of tonight's brand- new hawaii five-0. that's next. ah. fire bad! just have to fire roast these tomatoes. do you churn your own butter what? too? this is going to give you a head start on your dinner. that seems easier sure does who are you? [ female announcer ] new progresso recipe starters. five delicious cooking sauces you combine with fresh ingredients to make amazing home-cooked meals. ♪ ambiance [ female announcer ] new progresso recipe starters. your head-start to home cooked. >>> hawaii five-o comes back for its third season on cbs and it happens tonight. here's a preview from the cast in their own words. >> there's a lot happening in this first episode of season three. in this episode, we have low fat, we sort of supersized it. it's a big, big episode. it's probably our biggest to date. >>> taped to a chair in the middle of the ocean. >> she puts them in a way that was a dirty cop and managed to find a way to get back at her while he was still in jail. >> malia is in shock. he tried to find a way where he could save both his wife and his cousi
in hawaii, chicago, new york, london, in the outcome indonesia, kenya and it raises the curtain on barack obama on who this guy is in his underlying compass. where does the actually want to take america? the puzzle with obama's return to understand conventional democratic categories. for example, obama will block in restricted and regulated will join in america were tempted to say, well yeah, he's kind of an environmentalist. kind of another al gore. he was worried a gore's words they have a fever. global warming. the family watch obama closely, we've realized it's not right because while obama's pocket will join in america, he is promoting in other countries. he threw the export import bank is billions of dollars in taxpayer money to brazil, to colombia and to mexico to drill for oil. so then you have a deeper mystery. why is obama for oil joined over they are, but not over here? what's really going on? when we turn to tax is an dad, we find kind of the same thing. obama seems to be spending many promiscuously, racking up the national debt. by the way, the highest bush deficit in one yea
. >>> the dow is down 11, nasdaq up 3. there's a new fan in hawaii to make the islands feel more authentic. they want to focus on highlighting the native culture. the hope is tourists will embrace the native traditions and natives will embrace tourists even more. and you can watch our newscasts live on our new app and get live traffic, bay area weather and video, breaking news any time anywhere. >>> we have a new perspective on what the mars rover curiosity has been doing. the tire tracks are big enough to be seen from space. the dark tracks indicate a different type of soil underneath the surface dust on mars. >>> today at 5:00, an update on oakland pitcher brandon mccarthy after being hit in the head this week by a line drive. how he's doing after emergency surgery and how the scare could affect safety policies in major league baseball. we'll see you the next time news breaks and we are always on for you at ktvu.com. have a great weekend. lots of prepaid cards come pre-filled with problems. enough is enough. introducing the chase liquid reloadable card. with chase liquid, there's no wait
of the quake. there are reports of some damage. officials have been watching the sue gnomemy for hawaii, but none have been put it. the fire grew grew to under 2,000 acres last night. more than 600 firefighters are there with support from two helicopters. the anxiousless national forest is now 25 percent contained. seven firefighters suffered minor injuries. a hiker had to be air lifted to safety. >>> some lucky students have a chance to leave their mark on space history. they e have trying to name the asteroid. the asteroid is about a third of a mile long. it could collide with the earth in the 16th century. we'll post a web link where students can submit their entries. >>> it may feel tropical out there in your neighborhood. the tropical storm is moving into the bay area. reports of showers and thunderstorms this morning. upper level moving into the south. there's the live doppler sweep. we have a few sprinkles around the concord area here. we had a lot of activity around morgan hill this morning, thunder and lightning as well. we'll continue to move the maps to the north. you'll noti
and japanese father from hawaii gave her a unique asspect much the language of threads, dreaming water and others. please, help me welcome gale sukiama. [applause] >> so that means if you have read the book you will not be buying the book? [laughter]. i'm always feel a little embarrassed because i looked back and i kept think thanksgiving book was published in 1993 who wants to hear about it now? i feel honored that we call it those in the know or good friends of mine call at this time energizer bunny. it's the book that somehow kept going all these yeersz. i will tell you up front it was a book i thought that may be they wouldn't publish. my very first book was women of the silk. i knew that i was writing about something that was a little bit different because i didn't know about the women of the silk until i wanted to write something telling their story much the second book is the test book for us writers you hear that a lot where the publishers are wondering if the author has a second book. everybody here i feel sitting here all of you have one book in you. whether it's a family st
sick park," "hook" "schhindler's list." this book is shot in hawaii, chicago, new york, india, indonesia, and kenya. it raises the curtain on barack obama and who the guy is and what his underlying compass is. why does he actually want to take america? the puzzle of obama is that we tend to try to understand him in conventional democratic categories. for example, obama will block and restrict and regulate oil drilling in america, and we're tempted to say, well, he's an environmentalist. he's another al gore. he's worried that in gore's words, you know, the earth has a fever, global warming. [laughter] but then when we watch obama a little more closely, we realize that's not really right because while obama is blocking oil drilling in america, he is promoting it in other countries. he, through the import and export bank, he gives millions to brazil, columbia, and mexico to drill for oil. then you have a deeper mystery. why is he for oil drilling over there, but not over here. what's really going on? when we turn to taxes and debt, we find the same thing. obama seems to be spend
near hawaii. this runaway dock has been spotted off of the coast of maui. one of the four missing docks that broke away is from that. there is now concern that the dock could damage boats if it gets closer and closer to shore. experts predict the debris could reach the pacific coast by tends of the year. >>> the ravens game was delayed because someone ran on to the field wearing a cape. >> you can see the man jumping over the fence, near the cheerleaders and running from security guards. if this guy looks familiar, it's because he is. he has done this before, here. the streaker was the same one who evaded camden yards, mark harvey, he alluded security for two minutes. i was at the game. the o's nned harvey for life. they are referring to him as baltimore's batman. >> he had mc hammer moves. >> we have people on staff who like to do that during breaks. his is a little bit better. now a check of the forecast. you had a great weekend out there. >> it wasn't too bad. this morning, we will do it all over again, we will be chilly. temperatures in the 40s and 50s. we will r below average. the
, mississippi. hawaii. this group is fired up and ready for a show tonight -- from hawaii, rather, they've been cheering, dancing in the aisles all evening. one of the big moments to watch out for tonight though is the woman introducing the first lady. elaine brogh is her name. from ohio, a mother of five, four of her children served in different branches of the military. at christmas, she sent the first lady a christmas card thanking her for her work with veterans. the first lady was so moved by this woman and what this family has done for the country, she invited her to speak here tonight. she said she's nervous to take the stage, diane. a lot of eyes are going to be watching. that's for sure. >> okay, thanks, cecilia. as cecilia just said, everyone will be watching mrs. obama. but there's someone else who will be taking center stage tonight. as a young barack obama proved eight years ago, the keynote is always a potential star turner. today, i talked to the mayor of san antonio, julian castro, who, by the way, is only 37 years old. how will we know that you're nervous? >> i can guarantee you
by an evil enemy. at present we have no really vulnerable points. no, the annexation of hawaii by us would affect the feelings of european powers into waste. first of you would-because hawaii is a, stopping point. secondly, it would embolden them because we should, for the first time in our history, the vulnerable points. mr. peabody has told us that our country cannot be safely double why. i shall try to disprove this. now, if we on the islands that means that we must protect them. to do that we should have to fortified the islands themselves but also maintain a much larger navy. now, to do this we should have to spend at least $100 million every year on our navy, besides a large sum maintaining soldiers on the island. well, it goes on from there. i have read enough to make clear that this is very sophisticated. the 15 year-old boy who can put together a position paper or the a presentation in a presidential cabinet meeting. around this time the young frank and announced that after graduation he wanted to apply to annapolis and pursue a career in the navy. his parents were distressed. the
poderosas olas que fueron captadas en video en hawaii y que causaron algunos estragos para decenas de banistas... roll open blanca ---ahora vamos con el ramon... take pkg blanca ---es tiempo de conocer a otro estudiante que sera becado durante el evento de telemundo 48 y hispanic business salute... take sot cu ---vamos a la pausa comercial en noticiero telemundo 48 pero a continuacion... take vo blanca -----impresionantes imagenes!!! ....y este es el universo como nunca antes lo habia visto. video 1 --poderosas olas fueron captadas en video en hawaii. --segun reportes, 10 participantes de una competencia de carrera de canoas terminaron volcados por la fuerza, arrastrandolos. --una de los remadoras sufrio fracturas en 2 costillas. video 2 --impresionantes imagenes!!! ....y este es el universo como nunca antes lo habia visto. --la nasa combino las fotografias tomadas por telescopio espacial durante 10 aÑos y este es el resultado. --una version nueva, mejorada de poder ver el universo y sus galaxias. video 3 --en china, una girafa de 11. 5 pies de altura tuvo que ser transladada en cami
for a second term. the state of hawaii, hawaii? hawaii here giving him their votes. >> we say aloha! madam secretary, the state of hawaii, the aloha state, in memory of the president's mother and father, cast 31 votes for our child of the islands, president barack obama. >> thank you, governor. hawaii casts 35 votes for barack obama. humans. we mean well, but we're imperfect creatures living in a beautifully imperfect world. it's amazing we've made it this far. maybe it's because when one of us messes up, someone else comes along to help out. that's the thing about humans. when things are at their worst, we're at our best. see how at libertymutual.com. liberty mutual insurance -- responsibility. what's your policy? [ chuckles ] ♪ [ honk! ] ♪ [ honk! ] ♪ [ honk! ] ♪ [ male announcer ] now you'll know when to stop. [ honk! ] the all-new nissan altima with easy fill tire alert. [ honk! ] it's our most innovative altima ever. nissan. innovation that excites. ♪ pehed t ysyin aatormercites. ong be mernes.amfogo..er >>> are we better off because president obama fought for health care
to severe thunderstorms. and hawaii. we do not get enough pictures on the air from hawaii. a gorgeous, gorgeous weather. let's just -- aw. let's do aw and watch the pictures of hawaii. here's what we have going on for you in the west. it is probably some of the nicest weather on the boards. once you get off the shorelines, you get the numbers up in the 70s and it's really beautiful. you have the line that doesn't want to leave yet. today, it will fly to the south. it may be the last day that you get the area of strong to severe good morning. warm wednesday we're waking up a good 15ratures than what were were yesterday. the cloudiness was there and then it is >> it's a good crowd out here in times square. oh, josh elliott, right over there. >> oh, sam champion. >>> right over here, our next guest. he's now starring in the new abc drama, "last resort." scott speedman, playing the second in command of a rogue nuclear sub. it premieres tonight on abc. good enough to discuss it now. i understand you haven't seen this first episode? >> no. i have not seen the first episode. >> are you -- is
. >> play golf? go to hawaii on vacations. >> with americans strug lipping as much as they are, i feel that taking those vacations, playing that round of golf, when i can't take a vacation -- it sucks. you know, it sucks to see him like that. >> a common person, trying to make $4 a gallon for gasoline, this is not the leadership you want to show. >> the increases in the cost of living for us personally are hitting us the hardest. >> losing a home and moving to an apartment, having to it take two part-time jobs and working a full-time job and not being able to take vacations and cutting back on a lot of the necessities. >> i know that i am working like hell... and i don't know where the hell the money's going. >> he talks about other people being out of touch. my goodness, just look at his actions. >> sean: welcome back to this special edition of "hannity." we continue with the voters from the brand-new film call "the hope and the change." one in six of our fellow americans live in poverty. 15 million more americans are on food stamps since barack obama became president. 25 million amer
-old boy who, like obama, hails from hawaii. >> you were born in hawaii? >> hawaii. >> okay. do you have a birth certificate? >> yes, sir. [ laughter ] >> that's good. >> might have been tough for you to hear. he was asking the little boy if he had a birth certificate. president obama having fun with that issue, of course. just won't seem to go away, whether or not he was born in the u.s. >>> a little ray of hope for the nation's unemployed. the numbers are still staggering, especially for minorities. we'll take a look at the uphill battle to find work. the milita, and commitment is not limited to one's military oath. the same set of values that drive our nation's military are the ones we used to build usaa bank. with our award winning apps that allow you to transfer funds, pay bills or manage your finances anywhere, anytime. so that wherever your duty takes you, usaa bank goes with you. visit us online to learn what makes our bank so different. from tests like this. ♪ and even more from real families who use them like this. we think there's another test to consider. it's based on one
from hawaii. >> i don't really remember much about hawaii. maybe i had one too many peina colada s. >> we worked hard. >> we work very hard. i thought there was something magical about taking the show on the road. >> the aussies on one side and the usa on the other. >> we did our knockoff version of "where in the world is matt lau lauer." >> we wouldn't know where each other was going. mine was las vegas and the hotel has gondolas and canals and we were trying to fool them that i had gone to venice. >> i thought did he really get to go to venice? if you're in ven i, i'm going to be really mad. >> for me it was the best part. the look on her face was like, what, i'm in new orleans and he's in italy? are you kidding me? >> you know, we just had pun. ♪ >> let's keep going. ♪ >> new york city! ♪ >> at the time said you played vegas and somehow they worked it out that i was able to play with captain and tenille. i probably practiced that song 100 times. ♪ >> nobody -- it not one show, not one person, nobody did halloween the way weigh do hollywood at the "today" show. >> susan b
had a big crush on steven b when they worked at a hawaii radio station in the early days. she worked up her nerve. >> i went in and asked steven b if he would be my date to the beach boys concert. and he turned me down. and i was just like devastated, you know? and so i was sitting in my little sales cubicle -- >> reporter: what's the matter with me? >> the general manager walks in, and he goes, i think you need to know something. and i said what? and he goes, well, if you were a boy, he would have gone. and i'm like here i am from west virginia, 18. and he goes, he's gay. and i said oh, okay, i can accept that then. >> reporter: and that very day, they began a warm, lifelong friendship many afternoons spent lingering at this coffee shop. and many memorable evenings. what were those dinners like? >> steven's an amazing cook. >> if you were patient, he was good. he was a phenomenal cook. but you had to be geared to eating at like 10:30 or 11:00, because he was the type of person, if he would talk to you, you would have his undivided attention. >> so by the time we would eat, it's like
himself out. all of the contradictions the world through at him. from the time he left hawaii at the age of 18 until the time he went to harvard law school at 28. very introspective. that period he did figure himself gave him the satisfied to get to the white house. >> charlie:when we continue this evening the two political parties with e.j. dionne and dan balz of the washington post. >> i think this election is more fundamental choice than we've seen in a very long time. maybe it's not unlike the gold water campaign. out there with a very hard position but the republicans have a advantage this time that goldwater didn't have. obama has a bad ee economy. we. >> charlie:we can included with frank how paid media is shape thg campaign. >> the truth is this election is going to be can decided by the main stream, people dead center who believe in a right of center economic approach and leave us alone on social issues. they're closer to barack obama on social and closer to mitt romney on economic issues. so they're torn. >> there's a difference betweend actually said, i don't care. i will fo
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